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LaVille Clarification on IDOE Grade

November 9, 2014
LaVille Clarification on IDOE Grade

Administrators with the Union-North United Schools understand how the IDOE (Indiana Department of Education) arrived at the grades for their two schools that were in the news on November 6; however, they believe clarification may be helpful for the community to get a true picture of progress. Nate McKeand is in his second year...
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County Council has Evening Meeting Monday at 6:30

November 9, 2014
County Council has Evening Meeting Monday at 6:30

Members of the Marshall County Council will conduct their November meeting at 6:30 Monday evening in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. This is typically a morning meeting but someone complained that they are unable to attend those meetings because of work so the Council agreed to move Monday’s meeting to...
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“Hoops for Hope” Coin War

November 9, 2014
“Hoops for Hope” Coin War

Triton High School and Plymouth High School girls’ basketball teams will be joining together this month in an effort to raise money for “Ounce of Prevention” in Marshall County. The Mission at Ounce of Prevention is to unify the small efforts of many to create a greater impact to assist those diagnosed with and...
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Plymouth School Enrollment

November 7, 2014
Plymouth School Enrollment

During a regular school board meeting on November 4, the Plymouth School Board reviewed the results of the state mandated count day that was completed in September. According to the report, the total of students that the state used as enrollment in grade K-12 on the official count day totaled 3,589.28 *. There are...
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Mother & Son Arrested for Meth, Firearms & Marijuana

November 7, 2014
Mother & Son Arrested for Meth, Firearms & Marijuana

Last week the Indiana State Police were assisting the Marshall County Probation Department with home visits and surprised one probationer. When they went to 17615 State Road 17 in Plymouth to check on 23 year old Cameron Lawton, who is currently on probation, one of the subjects inside opened the door and took off...
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Riverside Invites Veterans and Community to Veterans Day Service

November 7, 2014
Riverside Invites Veterans and Community to Veterans Day Service

Riverside Intermediate School will be holding an all school convocation beginning at 2:20 p.m. on Tuesday, November 11 to honor the men and women who have served or who are currently serving in the armed forces. Local Veterans are encouraged and welcome to join in this program. This is the 8th annual Veteran’s Day...
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Public Hearing Conducted for Superintendent Tyree’s Contract Extension

November 7, 2014
Public Hearing Conducted for Superintendent Tyree’s Contract Extension

The Plymouth School Board is expected to vote on an extension of a contract for Superintendent Daniel Tyree at their December meeting. The Board held a public hearing on November 4 to take comments from community members on the matter. Since Board President, Todd Samuelsson, was unable to be present at the beginning of...
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Marshall County EMA Warns of Wintery Weather Next Week

November 7, 2014
Marshall County EMA Warns of Wintery Weather Next Week

Mother Nature may have a little taste of winter in store for us early next week. Temperatures are expected to be well below normal and we could see our first accumulating snow. Although winter does not officially arrive until December 21st and we do not know how bad this winter will be, we do...
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CIty Plan Commission Updated on Issues

November 7, 2014
CIty Plan Commission Updated on Issues

Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi updated members of the City Plan Commission on issues he continues to address. 122 South Center Street, Keith’s Surplus has made slight improvements but not as fast of the Plan Commission would like. Surissi said he moved a camping trailer from the railroad right-of-way to the back of his...
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Park Dept. Wants to be a Good Neighbor, Reviewing Rental Agreement

November 6, 2014
Park Dept. Wants to be a Good Neighbor, Reviewing Rental Agreement

The Plymouth Park Board wants to make sure they are being a good neighbor where their rental facilities are located in residential areas. Monday evening City Attorney Sean Surrisi suggested reviewing the current rental agreement for the Conservation Club House and the Webster Rec. Center. Renters have been taking advantage of the agreement which...
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